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This guide provides you the contacts you need to break into the top consulting firms. You will find the names and contact details of the campus recruiters from the major consulting firms that are busy hiring into management consulting jobs. You will find 140+ key people in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Included are addresses, email contact, educational background (if available) and current hiring activity (if available).
Bear in mind that much of consulting recruiting is regional. The Bain recruiter for the Atlanta office probably doesn't recruit for the Los Angeles Office. As a result, we have tried to provide good regional coverage on recruiters from the major firms.
The firms included are A. T. Kearney Inc., Abt Associates Inc, Accenture Ltd., Analysis Group, Apex Systems, Inc., Bridge Strategy Group, Bain & Company, Booz & Company, Booz Allen Hamilton, Boston Consulting Group, Brattle Group, Capgemini, CGI Group Inc., Charles River Associates Ltd, Chartis Group, Compass Lexecon, Deloitte Consulting, EDS, Ernst & Young, Everest Group, Grant Thornton LLP, Hewitt Associates, Inc., Huron Consulting Group Inc., Keystone Group, Kurt Salmon Associates Inc., L. E. K. Consulting, Marakon Associates, McKinsey & Company, Mercer Inc., Monitor Group LLC, Navigant Consulting, Oliver Wyman, PA Consulting Group, Partners Consulting Services, Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, Protiviti Inc., Roland Berger & Partner, SRA International, Inc., Stern Stewart & Co, Stern Stewart & Co., The ACI Group, Inc., The Parthenon Group LLC and ZS Associates, Inc.
The recruiters are geographically concentrated in the U.S. with 75% focused on U.S. hires.
The guide is organized as an Excel spreadsheet to make it as easy as possible for you to select the firms and consulting opportunities that interest you the most. You should feel free to edit the spreadsheet, tracking responses and progress made in your job search effort in the current recruiting season.
The cost of the guide is $49.95.
Q: Will this guide help me get a job in consulting?
A: Yes, if you use it. You need to get out and conduct a self-directed job search by making the trek to cities like Chicago, Hong Kong, London and New York. There is no magic bullet to breaking in but talking to recruiters can be a huge help.
Q: Will the recruiters listed in this guide pick up the phone and talk to me?
A: Sometimes yes and sometimes no. Like any contact in the business world, recruiters are busy people and are also overwhelmed in job season with work. You have to be creative in making the call and create a compelling reason for someone to talk to you. Read our section entitled Is Consulting for You? to get tips on making networking phone calls.
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